Bouncing down a mix


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Bouncing down a mix

Bouncing in Pro Tools means to combine all of the tracks in your Pro Tools session into one file. When you're ready to bounce and mix up your songs so you can burn it to a CD or make an MP3 to post online, here's what you do. First, in the Edit window, highlight the length of time that you want your song to be. What I usually like to do is set up a marker at the very beginning and at the very end of the time that I want to bounce. So, what I can do is click on this one marker, press Shift and click on the other marker, and the time between these two markers is selected. That will be my entire bounce length. Then you go to the File menu, choose Bounce to > Disk, and you get the Bounce to Disk window. In this window, there are specific settings you need to choose to make a file that can be burned onto an audio CD.

Let's start from top to bottom. First, we have the Bounce Source. Choose the main stereo outputs of your Pro Tools system. Often this is just Analog 1-2, which i...

Bouncing down a mix
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Bouncing down a mix provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 8 Essential Training

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